The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to 50 Shades: The Musical!
When I got the tickets for this week’s Sunday Giveaway, at first I thought, “Wait a minute. Didn’t I give away tickets to this show already?”
Nope. I gave away tickets to the other 50 Shades of Grey spoof!
That’s right, 50 Shades is so popular, they’ve spoofed it twice!
This Sunday, I’m giving away two tickets to 50 Shades: The Musical! which has been so popular it is not only playing The Electra Theatre in the heart of Times Square, but it’s also out on a big ol’ National Tour, playing theaters all over the country (and as someone who has produced and toured three Off Broadway shows, let me tell you – it ain’t easy to get an Off Broadway show on the road – you’ve got to have something special).
Obviously there’s something about this show, and something about the source material that makes it so spoofy. Is it because it’s so popular? Is it because of the sex? Is it because no man I know has read it?
What makes a spoof spoofy?
Tell me why you think something qualifies for a spoof treatment and you could win. Bonus points for giving me an example of something that you think should be spoofed.
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